Charles de Gaulle Airport Guide to Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)


See below the train options available at Charles de Gaulle Airport:


RER stands for Réseau Express Régional, a commuter rail train which grants rapid transit services within Paris and its area, also from and to Charles Gaulle Airport.

This suburban train has a stop in Charles de Gaulle Airport which connects the airport with Gare du Nord and Paris-Châtelet located in downtown every 10 up to 20 minutes.

Please note that passengers now can access with their normal ticket instead of Navigo ticket to Charles de Gaulle Airport on weekends and public holidays.

In order to get to the city centre, you may pick RER Line B, take Paris (Robinson, Antony, St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse) direction and then get off at both Paris-Châtelet and Saint-Michel, where you can connect to the metro.

Opening hours: Daily from 04:50 am to 23:50 pm. See below the trip times:

- To Gare du Nord: 25 minutes

- To Châtelet-Les-Halles: 28 minutes

- To Denfert-Rochereau: 35 minutes

As an advice, keep your eyes wide open since thieves usually work on this train.


You can board the RER at Charles de Gaulle Airport Terminal 2 TGV Station and at both Terminal 1, Terminal 3 and Roissypôle.


See below the estimated fares:

- Adult ticket: € 11.70
- Children ticket (from 4 to 9 years old): € 7.00

Where do I buy my ticket?

You can purchase your ticket at any metro or RER station.




Charles de Gaulle Airport is also connected to the TGV network.

For further information regarding TGV services within and outside France, please check out SNCF website.


You can find the Charles de Gaulle TGV Station (in French Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2) nearby terminals 2C, 2D and 2E-2F.